Dr. Massarotto is an international expert on antitrust law, economic regulation and intellectual property law in the field of information technology. She has held seminars and has been a speaker in several international conferences at Harvard Law School, Fordham University of New York, at Italian Communication Authority (AGCOM), Italian Antitrust Authority (AGCM), at the University of Münster (Germany), University of Liege (Belgium) and in London. Dr. Massarotto was Academic Visitor at the University of Oxford and affiliate of the Centre for Competition Law & Policy. She spent two years in the United States for her PhD in New York at Fordham University and in Washington, D.C. working for J. Gregory Sidak and his consulting firm—Criterion Economics LLC—specializing in antitrust, intellectual property and regulatory law issues related to telecommunication and digital industries. She also worked for the Journal of Competition Law & Economics, published by Oxford University Press.
She has taught, as Adjunct Professor, Competition Law at Bocconi University and is currently serving as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Iowa, teaching law as part of the CIMBA program in Italy. She also teaches Law&Information Technology at H-FARM. Dr. Massarotto has also taught antitrust law at the University of Padua in the Master of International Business Lawyer and worked at the Italian Antitrust Authority (AGCM) and for some international law firms in Milan. Having obtained a degree in law with honours, in May 2014 Dr. Massarotto attained a PhD in Law at Bocconi University. She also has education experience in Brussels, London, and in Paris at Univerisitè du Pantheon.
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